With 10 Left Until The Recall Election, Early In-Person Voting Started SaturdayLaurie Perez reports from Pasadena as voters who preferred to cast their ballots in person began showing up at polling locations across LA and Orange Counties Saturday.
Long Beach Double Homicide Saturday NightA male adult and female victim both died after being shot in the torso. Police are investigating.
High Temps Hit The Southland As Residents Enjoy A Long Holiday WeekendRick Montanez reports from Woodland Hills where temps neared 100 degrees, with higher temperatures to come in just the next few days.
Remembrance Held In Norco For Marine Lance Cpl. Kareem Nikoui, Killed In Attack Outside Kabul AirportHermela Aregawi reports from Norco where a massive show of support for the family of 20-year-old fallen Marine Lance Cpl. Kareem Nikoui as he and other fallen service members were remembered in a ceremony Saturday night.
CBSNLA: The Rundown (Sept. 3 PM Edition)Here are the latest headlines in local news and weather. Updated twice daily.
Hot, Dry Weather Expected In SoCal During Labor Day WeekendLabor Day weekend will be a hot one in Southern California, with temperatures breaking triple digits in some valley areas.
Orange County Recall Election Polls Officially Open For Voters Saturday MorningThe recall election is 10 days away but there are plenty of places to cast ballots early in Southern California. 
Several Cars Hit During Pursuit Of DUI Suspect In Adams-Normandie AreaA suspected DUI driver who led police in a pursuit on the 10 Freeway, crashing into other cars and causing a rollover accident has been arrested.
'He Had Such A Big Heart': Man Dies After Downtown LA Road Rage CrashA vehicle sideswiped another and the woman behind the wheel tried to drive off from the scene. The man whose car was hit jumped on the hood of the woman's car after a witness says she drove directly toward him. He fell off the car and later died.
Suspect Who Shot At Bus In Buena Park Shot And Killed By PoliceA suspect accused of shooting at a school bus was shot and killed by police officers outside of a school district building in Buena Park Friday afternoon.
LA County Latest COVID-19 NumbersLos Angeles County on Friday reported 2,673 new cases of COVID-19, 37 additional deaths and 1,641 hospitalizations.
Pursuit Of Suspected DUI Driver Ends In Crash In Exposition ParkAll lanes of the eastbound 10 in the area of Exposition Park were closed after a police pursuit of a suspected DUI driver ended in a rollover crash.
New Rules Restrict Homeless Encampments In Some Parts Of LA, But Enforcement Is DelayedThe new ordinance that restricts sleeping and homeless encampments in certain areas of Los Angeles went into effect Friday, but for the time being only accessibility obstructions will be enforced, while the city approves an accompanying Street Engagement Strategy. Tom Wait reports.
Oscar De La Hoya Being Treated For COVID-19 In Hospital; Postpones Comeback Fight At Staples CenterProfessional boxer Oscar De La Hoya is being treated in the hospital after contracting COVID-19, he announced Friday.
LAX Braces For Crush Of Labor Day Weekend TravelersRick Montanez reports from LAX where The Labor Day travel rush started Friday. Airport officials are bracing for a large influx of travelers – not as much as they saw before the pandemic, but certainly more than last year.
Gas Prices Soar Amid Labor Day TravelsLabor Day Weekend is a big travel day for Southern Californians, who are running into high gas prices that are cutting into the travel budget.
Police Seeking Public Help In Attack Along Ventura Bike PathPolice need help to track down a bicyclist who attacked a woman as she walked on a Ventura bike path.
Innocent Man Killed And 3 Hurt In Pursuit That Ends In Crash In KoreatownKandiss Crone reports from Koreatown where an innocent man was killed and three others were hurt when a car carrying human trafficking suspects caused a multivehicle wreck in Koreatown during a police pursuit late Thursday night.
New Pictures Released Of Knott's Berry Farm Drive-By Shooting SuspectsThe shooting on July 9 injured two people and caused panic at the Buena Park theme park. Suzie Suh reports.
Labor Day Weekend Getaway Day Lands At LAXLAX expects double the number of passengers it saw from last year. Kara Finnstrom reports.
Compton Post Office Celebrates Date Matching Zip CodeThe South Santa Fe Avenue post office celebrated with a specially-designed postmark. Suzie Suh and Lesley Marin reports.
CBSNLA: The Rundown (Sept. 3 AM Edition)Here are the latest headlines in local news and weather. Updated twice daily.
Woman Faces Federal Assault Charges After Allegedly Attacking Flight Attendant In MayStacey Butler reports from Santa Ana on the latest developments in the case of a female passenger who allegedly assaulted a Southwest Airlines flight attendant in May and is now facing federal assault charges.
With Set Stuck At Sea, L.A. Opera Builds New One As Clock Ticks Toward Opening NightKandiss Crone reports from downtown Los Angeles where the L.A. Opera has been working around the clock to build a set for it's first show in 18 months, in just 10 days. The original production set, ordered from Europe, is stuck on a container ship off the port of Los Angeles and is unlikely to be off loaded in time for opening night.

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